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Dhumal:Time to give Pak taste of its own medicine for aiding terror,flays Pulwama attack

Dhumal:Time to give Pak  taste of its own medicine for aiding terror,flays Pulwama attack

Hamirpur, Feb 17(UNI) Former Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal on Sunday blamed Pakistan for fomenting trouble in India especially in Jammu and Kashmir and said time had come to end the nefarious activities of the neighbouring nation as it was harming India and its people.

Addressing a meeting of Sujanpur mandal workers at Sujanpur mandal on Sunday, he said if Pakistan does not mend its ways of exporting terror in India, it would be taught a tough lesson by the Indian forces that the whole world would watch in awe.

He asked the workers to raise their voice and make people aware about the destabilising forces detrimental to the peace of the nation.

At the event, the party workers paid tributes to Pulwama martyrs and offered condolences to their families.



Dhumal also noted that the country had progressed by leaps and bounds under the leadership of Narendra Modi and the party would work for making Modi the Indian premier once again.



The BJP leader narrated to the workers various schemes and programmes initiated by the government for the well being and welfare of the masses.



Mr Dhumal also hailed the working of his son and local BJP MP, Anurag Thakur who had been doing remarkably well for the masses.



Earlier, workers pledged to work for the success of Anurag Thakur in the next Lok sabha elections and told the party leader that he should not worry from Sujanpur area.

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